Washington Football Team: Takeaways from Week 6 loss to Chiefs

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The Washington Football Team fell short to the Kansas City Chiefs in what was a winnable game… once again. Another week down, another loss drops the team to 2-4 on the season.

Another week down, which brings us to another portion of the “Takeaways” series for the 2021 season. The Washington Football Team had it, until they didn’t.

The Football Team found themselves up at half by a score of 13-10, causing three Chiefs turnovers and winning the time of possession battle in the first half, Washington’s gameplan proved to be effective in half #1.

From pounding the rock and getting the hogs up front moving with various screens and rushing attempts, Washington’s offense was efficient and playing their part. For the defense, their soft cover-two defense, a page taken right out of the Buffalo Bills book, was paying dividends throughout the half.

But in the second half is where their game plan was abandoned, they were thoroughly dominated, specifically on offense, which led to yet another mediocre defensive outing in the second half.

The Washington Football Team now sits at 2-4 on the season, with a trip to Green Bay to face another Hall of Fame quarterback in Aaron Rodgers and arguably the best wide receiver in all of pro football in Davante Adams. But before we set our sights on Green Bay, let’s take a look at the positives and the negatives from a blunder of a 31-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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